Tag: Transitional Justice

Perspectives | Transitional Justice

Reparations as a means of dealing with the past is necessary — and complex

By - 11.12.2017

In order to address needs, ‘reparations’ for wartime harm should first be understood.

In-depth | Croatia

Victims buried by threats and indifference

By - 08.12.2017

ICTY judgement causes dissatisfaction, denial, and panic in Croatia.

Blogbox | BiH

Judgement day for Mladic

By - 22.11.2017

How does it feel when justice is seen to be done?

Perspectives | Serbia

The war is over, but war criminals remain

By - 16.11.2017

Serbia has never cleaned up its army and police from compromised war personnel.

Perspectives | Missing persons

It’s about time to seriously talk about war crimes and more

By - 30.08.2017

As a society, we can’t afford to continue ignoring the crimes committed during the ’90s in Kosovo.

One-on-one | #IWantToKnow

Drita Hajdari: Without cooperation with Serbia, it is impossible to bring justice for war crimes

By - 13.04.2017

Special prosecutor discusses the challenges of prosecuting war crimes when the majority of suspects are unobtainable to state institutions.

Blogbox | Transitional Justice

How can Kosovo deal with the wartime past?

By - 12.04.2017

A different approach can find new answers.